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ἔς τε τὸν φίλον: these words do not go closely with ὑπουργῶν, but rather indicate generally the line of conduct in this case:—‘while, in relation to a friend,’ etc. Cp. Tr. 411ἐς τήνδε μὴ δίκαιος ὤν”: El. 24ἐσθλὸς εἰς ἡμᾶς γεγώς”.

βουλήσομαι, as in O. T. 1077(n.), O. C. 1289: cp. below, O. C. 825, “αἰτήσομαι”: O. T. 1446προστρέψομαι”.

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